What is Axiom license?
Axiom is free software, available under a BSD like license. For more details, please have a look in the licences available in the CVS repository.
What is the future of Axiom?
Tim Daly is Lead Axiom Developer. He has a fairly detailed agenda for Axiom.
What is Axiom size?
Axiom is:
  • 92 MB of source code
  • about 56 MB once compiled
  • 403591 lines for the interpreted in 220 files
  • 255790 lines of algebra in 371 files
On which system is known to run Axiom?
People have compiled and run Axiom on:
  • Debian GNU/Linux 3.0, on i386, Sparc64. On PowerPC architecture, Axiom will not build because it requires gcc-3.3 (which supports -mlong-calls option, supporting relocs of more tha 24 bits).
  • Debian GNU/Linux sid, on mipsel, ia64, i386, ppc, alpha, and sparc (and more to come!)
  • RedHat Linux 7.3 and 9.0 on i386
  • Slackware Linux 8.0.01 on Intel ProLiant ML530 2@800MHz
  • Red Hat Linux 8.0 on Intel ProLiant ML530 2@1.0GHz -- Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 2.1 (Panama)
  • SuSE Linux Ent Svr 8.0 on Intel ProLiant DL360 G2 2@1.4GHz
  • Red Flag Linux 4.0
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